Towards a Cognitive Vision-based Multi-agent Modelling and Control Framework

  • Yang, Erfu (Co-investigator)
  • Hussain, Amir (Principal Investigator)
  • Farkas, Jozsef Z. (Co-investigator)
  • Luo, Bin (Principal Investigator)

Project: Projects from Previous Employment

Description

This joint-project proposes an ambitious work programme to develop a cognitive vision-based multi-agent modelling and control framework. An emerging class of multi-agent systems is known as multiple autonomous vehicle systems (MAVS), which can perform challenging tasks in remote or hazardous environments. Specifically, novel neurobiological insights into computations and mechanisms known to underpin sensor-motor integration and co-ordinated action-selection in the brain will be exploited and deployed in this joint project in the context of MAVS by developing a novel vision-based multi-agent control framework.

Funded by the British Council China and under the scheme on Sino-UK Higher Education Research Partnership for PhD Studies, £72,000

Notes

Funded by the British Council China and under the scheme on Sino-UK Higher Education Research Partnership for PhD Studies, £72,000
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/01/1331/08/15